Top 3 Reasons Designers Object to Agile and How to Overcome Them
This post is from Agile Development Blog: Scaling Software Agility by Ben Carey. Click here to see the original post in full.
As larger organizations are diving into using Agile methods, we hear a lot of questions about how teams integrate various specialities and skill distributions. One common question that is frequently asked by traditional UX departments is “How will our work and focus change?” Moving from traditional design practices to agile design practices is a big step and requires a significant shift in both thinking and approach.
is the Director of User Experience at TheLadders.com
and is at the fore-front of the Lean UX movement. Jeff is also active in the Lean Startup community and posts frequently to his blog
and twitter (@jboogie
I first ran across Jeff at a talk that he gave at the SXSW conference this past year called “Lean UX: Getting Out of the Deliverables Business.” Jeff’s talk was excellent, extremely well-received by the audience and heavily discussed across the Lean UX and Lean Startup communities for quite a...read more
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